Energy And Resource Solutions Inc gets acquired by DNV GL

DNV GL has acquired U.S. based engineering consultancy Energy and Resource Solutions, Inc., which helps organisations to manage and reduce energy costs through program design, outreach, implementation and evaluation services. The growing need to transform energy markets across all sectors and decarbonize energy supply make this acquisition both timely and crucial. Richard Barnes, region president, […]

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Let’s Start Making Diamonds From CO2 Emissions

Skydiamond, a company based in the UK, aims to revolutionize the traditional diamond mining industry by using carbon capture technology. Diamonds are the ultimate form of carbon, and this led to the idea of taking carbon from the atmosphere and making diamonds with it. Although the diamond would be made from the toxic fumes, that […]

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TUV NORD awards CTF witness Laboratory qualification to Longi

LONGi has announced that it has been awarded CTF witness laboratory recognition by TÜV NORD for its Taizhou module laboratory in Jiangsu Province on January 21, 2021. Dr. Lv Jun, Vice President of LONGi Solar, received the award plaque from Ms. Angella Xu, Senior Vice President Renewable of TÜV NORD GROUP CTF witness laboratory status […]

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GERMANY: 4880MW of Solar Plants commissioned in Year 2020 Alone

Germany’s federal network agency, the Bundesnetzagentur, has reported that 525 MW of new PV was installed in the country in December. For comparison, the newly installed PV capacity for December 2019 was 339.4 MW, and in November 2020 it was 480 MW. In 2020, new PV additions reached 4.88 GW, which means that the country […]

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SAD NEWS: Panasonic to exit Solar Module Manufacturing Business

Panasonic today announced it will exit the solar manufacturing industry within 14 months. The manufacture of solar wafers, cells and modules at the company’s domestic fab, in Shimane prefecture, will also cease by the end of the next fiscal year, although no members of the Japanese workforce will be made redundant, with the electricals giant […]

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